A postcard from Myanmar - Hennie’s last update from Asia.

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By Hennie van den Hengel • February 19, 2015

It's not often you get one of these in the mail. Looks like this postcard made its way to San Francisco in about 3 1/2 weeks.

Thanks, Mom!

A postcard from Myanmar

A postcard from Myanmar - Thanks Mom!

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  • Philip Towns 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Hi Hennie, I am planning to cycle from india ti thailand (mae sot) and would love any tips that you may have. Planning to do it october/november this year

    • Hennie 2 years ago     Staff

      Hi Philip! Thanks for contacting us. I will send you an email. I look forward to chatting and answering any questions you have.
      -Hennie

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